Mohr's circle


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Mohr's circle

[′mȯrz ′sər·kəl]
(mechanics)
A graphical construction making it possible to determine the stresses in a cross section if the principal stresses are known.
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max3], which are Mohr's circle radiuses in xy, xz and yz planes, respectively, should be calculated and compared.
The largest Mohr's circle radius in amount in projection planes declares yield plane.
The parameters were determined based on the equations of the parabolic envelope of Mohr's circles (Sanetra and Paczesniowski, 2006).